Acer has unveiled the Acer Connect Vero W6m mesh router, an eco-friendly Wi-Fi 6E router that incorporates post-consumer recycled (PCR) materials. The router is powered by a quad-core 2 GHz processor which includes enhanced connectivity, coverage, and security features, and a Wi-Fi 6E Tri-Band AXE7800 capability.
“We are thrilled to expand Acer’s portfolio of network devices with the launch of the Acer Connect Vero W6m Wi-Fi 6E mesh router, engineered with support for Wi-Fi 6E tri-band connectivity to provide swift and secure connections with vast network coverage within any home or office locations,” said Wayne Ma, General Manger, IoB, Acer Inc. “The performance- driven router is also the latest addition to our growing Vero line of eco-conscious products, embodying Acer’s commitment to fulfilling its environmental responsibility and helping minimize carbon footprint.”
Wi-Fi 6E Connections
The mesh router comes with Wi-Fi 6E connectivity and is capable of supporting Wi-Fi 6E Triband (2.4 GHz/5 GHz/6 GHz) AXE7800 throughput, and provides speeds of up to 7.8 Gbps. The Wi-Fi 6E router can be paired with up to 4 units and features network ranges of up to 465 m² on a dual mesh system and up to 930 m² on a quad mesh system to help eliminate dead spots in larger coverage areas.
Powered by a MediaTek quad-core 2 GHz A53 processor with 1 GB LPDDR RAM and 4 GB memory capacity, the Acer Connect Vero W6m is engineered to keep up with high-bandwidth requirements.
Acer’s commitment to reducing CO2 emissions is reflected in the design of the mesh router, from the chassis to energy-efficient features. It also utilises 100% recyclable paper in its packaging.
The Wi-Fi 6E mesh router’s compact aesthetic is made with 30% PCR plastic and its dedicated Eco mode function optimises the router’s power consumption, along with other connected devices by managing their sleep time when not in use.
For more details on the Acer Connect Vero W6m, do check out the official product page here.